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Hundreds of Chihuahuas descended on Gerrards Cross this weekend in a bid to beat the Guinness World Record for the biggest dog yoga class.

More than 200 of the prized pooches and their owners flocked to the town from across the country for the annual ‘Fest of Chihuahuas’ on Saturday (August 20) at Colston Hall.

The pampered pets – complete with tiny outfits and sunglasses – strutted their stuff in the ring for the fun dog show, which was judged by the likes of ITV’s Top Dog Model Lucky and canine Instagram star Dolly Pawton.

There was also an official Guinness World Record attempt for the largest dog yoga – or ‘doga’ – class. The current world record was set in Hong Kong by 270 dogs and their owners.

Rachel Monk, of Haus of Chihuahua, who organised the event, said it would take around two weeks for Guinness World Records to confirm if they had been successful in smashing the current record.

Haus of Chihuahua - which sells doggy related products - was created by Gerrards Cross resident Rachel and her daughter Olivia, inspired by their pets Blossom, Rocco and Indie, with a mission to connect Chihuahuas and their owners from all over the UK.

She said: "I’m so happy that the day was such a huge success not only for us and everyone who came but also for Chihuahua Rescue UK for whom we raised a good amount of money for.

"Being able to throw an event dedicated to Chihuahuas and owners has been so much fun – there is a huge community of us not only in and around Buckinghamshire but also nationally and it’s awesome that we are able to pull everyone together for an enjoyable day.

"We had some amazing help from celebrity Chihuahuas owners who gave their time to judge the competition as well as a brilliant and fun class from Doga professional Mahny.

"What began as a bonkers pipe dream has developed into a proper event which we will certainly be doing again next year."

The event also raised money and awareness for Chihuahua Rescue UK, a charity which aims to improve the lives of Chihuahuas in need.